Into Thin Air

As Krakauer waited in the night at Camp Four for his summit bid, what were his thought about his relationship both to other members of his own expedition as well to other who would make summit bids tge next day

Into thin Air chapter 12

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Krakauer begins to feel ambivalent and detached from the other climbers. After all the planning and vows to work together putting up ropes, these climbers were only interested in their own summit and their own glory. They are only linked together by circumstance rather than loyalty or fidelity for other climbers.